Auto makers don’t have to worry about proposed changes to the vehicle-tax structure because the companies’ policies are in line with the government's environmental strategy, Thai Industry Minister Chaiwuti Bannawat says. The new tax structure, expected to be finalized in April, will be based on energy efficiency, lower carbon-dioxide emissions and engine size. The Bangkok Post reports Chaiwuti gave the reassurance to executives from Isuzu, Toyota, Mitsubishi and General Motors who ...

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